Locating Silver Lake (2018) is a English movie. Eric Bilitch has directed this movie. Josh Peck,Finn Wittrock,Aubrey Peeples,Amaury Nolasco are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Locating Silver Lake (2018) is considered one of the best Drama movie in India and around the world.
Upon graduating college, a brokenhearted aspiring writer, without a dime or connections, packs his bags and heads to Los Angeles in the hopes of finding a new beginning. He quickly gets immersed into two very different worlds - one young, provocative and alluring, the other rooted in diversity, community and loyalty - both with their own unique appeals, advantages and dangers. Through his new experiences, he realizes who he is and where he belongs.
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This was a decent watch. Decent acting but I wish they would of expounded on the cult. What was all that? The movie was all over the place. I think it would have been better had they made all about the " cult" or whatever it was. Like what was it? Why did they act so weird to him when he came the birthday party. We never even get to know if the girl genuinely liked him and all we see is them all dying in the pool. Now why comes in because we really know nothing about them and could care less. My favorite part was when he left the money for Joe? I think that was his name. made the movie. I think it could have been very good had they went in one direction. Was it about a single mother , the campfires, The cult?
Boring as hell with awful and whining characters.These movies are for the easily offended millenial idiots.If you can't sleep this garbage can do the trick
I really love this one! I had the chance to see it at the Edinburgh Film Festival. Nothing is what it seems to be at first sight. Awesome storytelling and great cast! Thanks, Eric for this special movie!
I was lucky enough to see Locating Silver Lake at a film festival in San Jose, CA. I am so glad I made the trek to see it because in a world where there are so many films with fantasy powers and action sequences, this film pulled me in with its compelling and real characters that are a blend of those we meet in our daily lives, raw depictions of Los Angeles (i.e. it's not all glitz and glamour) and refreshing story that has enough twists, turns and emotion to keep the audience engaged and excited. The downside is I haven't been able to share the film with family and friends as it's still in the film festival circuit, but I can't wait to experience the film again once more widely released! Not to mention, it's added a new item on my "LA to do" bucket list with the lookout telescopes, which are symbolic in itself... GREAT FILM!
Just rewatched LSL after watching it at Edinburgh Filmfest 2018. This movie is so beautifully loaded with truths, simplicity and complexity of life, turn abouts you've never expected, chaos and stability. Just loved it!